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Notable October Hurricanes

  • Michael  2018
  • Matthew  2016
  • Super Storn Sandy 2012 - Not a hurricane at landfall
  • Wilma 2005
  • Mitch 1998
  • Opal 1995
  • Hazel 1954

Cane Categories

  • Cat 1 Hurricane
    - Sustained Winds 74-95 mph
  • Cat 2 Hurricane
    - Sustained Winds 96-110 mph
  • Cat 3 Hurricane
    - Sustained Winds 111-130 mph
  • Cat 4 Hurricane
    - Sustained Winds 131-155 mph
  • Cat 5 Hurricane
    - Sustained Winds greater than 155 mph

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Identification of Water Damages in Adjusting Hurricane Claims for Water Losses Other Than Flood

Source: North Carolina Department of Insurance

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In adjusting hurricane damage claims for homes within the 1968-1997 applicable residential code period, it is important that the inside of the walls be checked more carefully than
newer construction to ensure that moisture hasn’t seeped into the walls that will eventually result in mold and interior wall rot. If adjusters do not look for moisture build-up trapped inside the wall, then this damage could be missed, causing mold and rot to proliferate and resulting in bigger problems for homeowners in the future.

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Hurricane and Windstorm Deductibles

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The source of the information below is the Insurance Information Institute, iii.org

Nineteen states and the District of Columbia have hurricane deductibles: Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia and Washington DC. Listed below are reports for these states detailing hurricane deductibles.

 

Historical Hurricane Tracks

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Subject: Historical Hurricane Tracks
Description: The Historical Hurricane Tracks tool is an interactive mapping application that allows you to easily search and display Atlantic Basin and Eastern North Pacific Basin tropical cyclone data. 

Source: NOAA Climate.gov 
 


NOAA 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook

Issued: 23 May 2019

Author: CADO Admin/Saturday, May 25, 2019/Categories: News, Hurricanes

NOAA 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook
2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook: Summary

a. Predicted Activity


NOAA's outlook for the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season indicates that a near-normal season has the highest chance of occurring (40%), followed by equal chances (30%) of an above-normal season and a below-normal season. See NOAA definitions of above-, near-, and below-normal seasons. The Atlantic hurricane region includes the North Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf of Mexico.

The 2019 outlook calls for a 70% probability for each of the following ranges of activity:

9-15 Named Storms
4-8 Hurricanes
2-4 Major Hurricanes
Accumulated Cyclone Energy (ACE) range of 65%-140% of the median
The seasonal activity is expected to fall within these ranges in 70% of seasons with similar climate conditions and uncertainties to those expected this year. These ranges do not represent the total possible ranges of activity seen in past similar years. These expected ranges are centered on the 1981-2010 seasonal averages of 12 named storms, 6 hurricanes, and 3 major hurricanes. Most of the predicted activity is likely to occur during the peak months (August-October, ASO) of the hurricane season.

The Atlantic hurricane season officially runs from June 1st through November 30th. This outlook will be updated in early August to coincide with the onset of the peak months of the hurricane season.

The above is from the NOAA Report. Use the Link below for the complete Outlook on NOAA's site.

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Some Notable Cane Activity since we have been online

2012

Hurricane Sandy (unofficially known as "Superstorm Sandy") was the deadliest and most destructive hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season, as well as the second-costliest hurricane in United States history. Classified as the eighteenth named storm, tenth hurricane and second major hurricane of the year, Sandy was a Category 3 storm at its peak intensity when it made landfall in Cuba.[1] While it was a Category 2 storm off the coast of the Northeastern United States, the storm became the largest Atlantic hurricane on record (as measured by diameter, with winds spanning 1,100 miles (1,800 km)).[2][3] Estimates as of March 2014 assess damage to have been over $68 billion (2013 USD), a total surpassed only by Hurricane Katrina.[4] At least 286 people were killed along the path of the storm in seven countries. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Photos - Discussions: Sandy Disscussion -

2011

Hurricane Irene, the storm slowly leveled-off in intensity as it struck the Bahamas and then curved northward after passing east of Grand Bahama. Continuing to weaken, Irene was downgraded to a Category 1 hurricane before making landfall on the Outer Banks of North Carolina on August 27, becoming the first hurricane to make landfall in the United States since Hurricane Ike in 2008. Early on the following day, the storm re-emerged into the Atlantic from southeastern Virginia. Although Irene remained a hurricane over land, it weakened to a tropical storm while making yet another landfall in the Little Egg Inlet in southeastern New Jersey on August 28. A few hours later, Irene made its ninth and final landfall in Brooklyn, New York City. Early on August 29, Irene transitioned into an extratropical cyclone hitting Vermont/New Hampshire after remaining inland as a tropical cyclone for less than 12 hours. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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2008

Ike developed a large wind field as it moved northwestward across the Gulf of Mexico over the next 3 days, with tropical-storm-force winds extending up to 275 miles from the center and hurricane-force winds extending up to 115 miles from the center. The hurricane gradually intensified as it moved across the Gulf toward the Texas coast. Ike made landfall over the north end of Galveston Island in the early morning hours of September 13 as a Category 2 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 110 mph. The hurricane weakened as it moved inland across eastern Texas and Arkansas and became extratropical over the middle Mississippi Valley on September 14. It then moved rapidly through the Ohio valley and into Canada, producing wind gusts to hurricane force along the way. Source: NOAA

2005

Hurricane Katrina Was the deadliest and most destructive Atlantic tropical cyclone of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season. It is the costliest natural disaster, as well as one of the five deadliest hurricanes, in the history of the United States. Katrina is the seventh most intense Atlantic hurricane ever recorded, part of the 2005 season that included three of the six most intense Atlantic hurricanes ever documented (along with #1 Wilma and #4 Rita). At least 1,833 people died in the hurricane and subsequent floods, making it the deadliest U.S. hurricane since the 1928 Okeechobee hurricane; total property damage was estimated at $108 billion (2005 USD),[1] roughly four times the damage brought by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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2004

The 2004 Atlantic hurricane season was the costliest Atlantic hurricane season, until the following year. More than half of the 16 tropical cyclones brushed or struck the United States. The season officially began on June 1, and ended on November 30. Due to a Modoki El Niño – a rare type of El Niño in which unfavorable conditions are produced over the eastern Pacific instead of the Atlantic basin due to warmer sea surface temperatures farther west along the equatorial Pacific – activity was above average. The first storm, Alex, developed offshore of the Southeastern United States on July 31. It brushed the Carolinas and the Mid-Atlantic, causing one death and $7.5 million (2004 USD) in damage.[nb 1] Several storms resulted in minor impact, including tropical storms Bonnie, Earl, Hermine, and Matthew. In addition, hurricanes Danielle, Karl, and Lisa, Tropical Depression Ten, Subtropical Storm Nicole and Tropical Storm Otto caused no impact on land while tropical cyclones. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2003

Hurricane Isabel was the costliest, deadliest, and strongest hurricane in the 2003 Atlantic hurricane season. The ninth named storm, fifth hurricane, and second major hurricane of the season, Isabel formed near the Cape Verde Islands from a tropical wave on September 6 in the tropical Atlantic Ocean. It moved northwestward, and within an environment of light wind shear and warm waters it steadily strengthened to reach peak winds of 165 mph (265 km/h) on September 11. After fluctuating in intensity for four days, Isabel gradually weakened and made landfall on the Outer Banks of North Carolina with winds of 105 mph (165 km/h) on September 18. It quickly weakened over land and became extratropical over western Pennsylvania the next day. Source: Wikipedia Photo Credit: Jacques Descloitres, MODIS Rapid Response Team, NASA/GSFC
Discussions: 458,000 ISO- Hurricane Isabel Claims, "Isabel", is a Hot Potato headed behind? and more..

 

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2020 Hurricane Storm Names

  •  Arthur 
  •  Bertha
  •  Cristobal
    510 PM CDT Sun Jun 07 2020
    CENTER OF CRISTOBAL MAKES LANDFALL IN SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA
      Satellite, radar, and surface data indicate that the center of
      Tropical Storm Cristobal made landfall at 500 PM CDT (2200 UTC)
      along the coast of southeast Louisiana between the mouth of the
      Mississippi River and Grand Isle.  Maximum sustained winds were
      estimated near 50 mph (85 km/h) with a minimum central pressure of
      992 mb (29.29 inches).
  •  Dolly
  •  Edouard
  •  Fay
  •  Gonzalo
  •  Hanna
    Hurricane Hanna Tropical Cyclone Update
    NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL 
    500 PM CDT Sat Jul 25 2020
    ...5 PM CDT POSITION UPDATE...
    ...HANNA MAKES LANDFALL ON PADRE ISLAND TEXAS...
    
    The eye of Hurricane Hanna made landfall on Padre Island, Texas, at 
    500 PM CDT (2200 UTC) about 15 miles (20 km) north of Port 
    Mansfield, Texas, with maximum sustained winds of 90 mph (150 km/h).
    ...HANNA MAKES A SECOND LANDFALL IN KENEDY COUNTY TEXAS...
    
    Hanna has made a second landfall at 615 PM CDT (2315 UTC) in 
    eastern Kenedy County, Texas, about 15 miles (25 km) north-northwest 
    of Port Mansfield, Texas with maximum sustained winds of 90 mph (150 
    km/h).
    
  •  Isaias
    NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL       AL092020
    1115 PM EDT Mon Aug 3 2020
     
    Doppler radar imagery and surface observations indicate that eye of 
    Hurricane Isaias made landfall in southern North Carolina 
    around 1110 PM EDT (0310 UTC) near Ocean Isle Beach, with maximum 
    sustained winds of 85 mph 
  •  Josephine
  •  Kyle
  •  Laura
    BULLETIN
    Hurricane Laura Intermediate Advisory Number 29A
    NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL       AL132020
    100 AM CDT Thu Aug 27 2020
     
    ...EXTREMELY DANGEROUS CATEGORY 4 HURRICANE LAURA MAKES LANDFALL
    NEAR CAMERON LOUISIANA...
    
  •  Marco
    600 PM CDT Mon Aug 24 2020 
    ...MARCO MAKES LANDFALL NEAR THE MOUTH OF THE MISSISSIPPI...
  •  Nana
  •  Omar
  •  Paulette
  •  Rene
  •  Sally
    Hurricane Sally Tropical Cyclone Update
    NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL  AL192020
    500 AM CDT Wed Sep 16 2020
    ... At approximately 445 AM CDT...0945 UTC...the center of Hurricane Sally's eye made landfall near Gulf Shores, Alabama, as a Category 2 hurricane, with maximum sustained winds of 105 mph (165 km/h) and a minimum central pressure of 965 mb (28.50 inches). 
  •  Teddy
  •  Vicky
  •  Wilfred
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